WSJ: Steve Jobs had liver transplant 2 months ago, still set to return to work at the end of the month


So according to the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs had a liver transplant two months ago, in Tennessee. That scary-sounding news aside, it looks like he’s still on track to return to Apple, following his six-mouth leave of absence, by the end of the month. And while he may return on schedule, his initial workload should be on the low side. Apparently doctors want him to take it easy for a bit before he returns full-bore.

In the meantime, Tim Cook will continue to steer the ship, even though Jobs has still made his presence felt with respect to “key aspects” of the company.

I think it’s safe to say that all of us here wish Jobs nothing but the best, and to make as speedy recovery as possible.

(Hint: If the link to the WSJ article doesn’t work, just Google “Jobs Had Liver Transplant,” that oughta take care of it.)